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emblem 1976 




emblem book of the yeor 1976 

Chicago state university Chicago, Illinois 60628 




Qcodemics odministrotion seniors 

poges 18-85 poges 86-103 pages 104-159 




events 

pages 160-171 



ofQQnizQtions sports 

poges 172-195 pages 196-223 






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college of orts ond sciences 





Dean Elmer Washington 



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Chairman — Victor A. Sorell 

Mary Ann Abella 
Beverly M. Adamsheck 
Barbara J. Aubin 
James E. Bowden 
Frank Dahlkemper 
Ausbra Ford 
Alain Gavin 
Mati Maldre 
Jane B. Neale 




biology 



Chairman — Dr. Ann Bond 

Gary E. Eertmoed 
Orie J. Eigsti 
Jack Fooden 
Reid S. James 
Claire Jolie 



Frank V. Morzlock 

John Newell 

James R. Rastorfer 

Paul W. Titman 

Marian L. Wilson 











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block studies 




english and speech 



Chairman— Jesse D. Green 

Alice K. Barter 
Leopold Begne 
Ulysses H. Chambers 
Thomas J. Creswell 
James A. Doppke 
Margaret H. Duggor 
Mary Teresa Egerer 
James Friend 
Mary V. Gibson 
Rosemary L. Hake 
Forrest E. Hazard 
Charles S. Hensley 
Gloria Maxwell 



Virginia McDavid 

Robert C. Meredith 

Jan Pinkerton 

Regina Poulard 

Mary R. Shoughnessy 

Daniel C. Stone 

Irwin J. Suloway 

Charles Totten 

Jennifer Bailey 

John Brown 

James W. Dresen 

Sherwood Snyder 





geography 



Chairman — Irving H. 


Cutler 


G. Munir Ahmed 




Fredrick Blum 




Vernon W. Brockmann 




Ross M. Millner 




Herbert L. Rau 




Irvin J. Roth 






history 



Chairman— Edmund W. Kearney 



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Chairman — Richard F. Johnsonbaugh 

Robert L. Bernhardt 
Don D. Bunt 
Romono G. Choos 
Raymond Chu 
Dorothy M. Dierickx 
Aziz Nafoosi 
Richard M. Peterson 



William J. Purcell 
John Sanders 
Howard A. Silver 
Jeffery Spielman 
Michael Sullivan 
Gary H. Webb 




modern languages 



Chairman — Salomon H. Flores 

Geneieve Hajduk 
Gilberte P. Lee 
Vitalio Ruiz 

Concepcion Stetkevych 
Nahum Zackai 




music 







Marcellus Brown 


Rose L. Klowden 


Donald C. Doig 


Ray D. Landers 


Alfred H. Gras 


Leonard J. Simutis 


Vernice Green 


Sylvan D. Ward 


Jean H. Hedlund 


Louis E. Whitworth 


Elizabeth Hornik 






physical science 



Chairman — Harvey S. Leff 

Chappelle Cochran 
David E. Cunningham 
Leonard J. Eisenberg 
Peter Martin 
Robert L. Methot 
Harvey M. Meyers 
Augusta A. Mylroie 



Kenneth W. Ne 

Warren V. Sherman 

William D. Teeters 

Richard S. Treptow 

Barbara We 

Lesley L. Williams 





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social 


science 


Chairman— Anthony Stampolis 




Frederic C. Berezin 




James Parejko 


Richard J. Bloss 




Warren J. Roth 


Huey Clark 




Manly E. Staley 


Merlin Clark 




William H. Strawn 


Margaret L. Faulwell 




Raymond Tatalovich 


John J. Hobgood 




Wesley K. Teo 


Moon H. Kong 




Luis Yglesias 


Vincent A. Panzone 








psychology 



Chairman — Anne M. 


Groves 


Bobbie M. Anthony 


Frank R. O'Block 


Avon G. Billimoria 


Stephen Parker 


Leonel Campos 


Paul S. Sherman 


Carl A. Clark 


Floyd Smith 


Bryant Feather 


Donald Spongier 


William R. Gamboni 


Theodore Stolarz 


Wilbert Jackson 


Ed Tromenhauser 


David Kopel 


Robert L. Tyroler 


Milton Lepkin 


Jerry L. Warren 


Jacob L. Levin 


William C. Watson 


Pike C. Nelson 







college of business and odministrotion 




Dean Belverd Needles 




business 



Chairman — Gary Pielemeier 




Robert Allen 


Jesse Lofton, Jr. 


Willis Brown 


Johnny Milhouse 


John B. Clark 


Sandra McNeil 


Delores Ennis 


Marvin Nishimura 


Eldridge Freennan, Jr. 


Tembroke Reef 


Joseph Goodman 


Eddie Sanders, Jr. 


Harry Hardwick 


Kurt Schindler 


Kenneth Hennings 


Dan Subotnik 


William Hunter 


Z.K. Venkatoraman 


Atha Hunt 


Louise Taylor 


Edward Julius 


Tom Welch 


John Knorr 


Richard Wright 


Gary Lewis 







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STUDENT 
ASSOCIATIONS. 

AKEWOBGAIIZATIOIIfCY 
KEWCOLLECE I ' 



college of educotion 




Dean Barbara Kardas 




curriculum and instruction 



Chairman — Clarence R. Olsen 



Reginald Clark 


Ray Lane 


Maurice A. Collins 


Frank J. Lanier 


June Cook 


Morris Mellinger 


Leonard Etiinger 


Earl J. Ogletree 


Muhammad Abdul Fakhri 


Malvern L. Ore 


Marianne Gorbel 


Diana Poll 


Keith Gregg 


Lindy Solon 


Louis H. Hoover 


Paul H. Steinbach 


William J. Hurley 


Vilma E. Ujlaki 





early childhood 



Chairman — Vaso Papadopuh 

Charlotte A. Barr 
Martha Bass 
Evonne F. Blakey 
Maxine Hawkins 
Barbara Kuxzen 
John Rackauskas 
Kitty Kidd Robinson 
Barbara A. Pearson 





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health, 



and recreation 



Chairman— Dorothy G. Kozeluh 

Joseph Buckholter 
Gerald Butler 
Carolina Crisostomo 
Mary Angela Divito 
Margaret G. Dunlap 
Gustovus Jones 
Matt L McBride 
Sidney Miller 




home economics 

Chairman— Rhea Shields 



Allene Gayles 
Norma Karhoff 




library science 



Chairman — Marion W. Taylor 

Janice A. Bolt 
William Prigge 




occupational education 



Chairman — Edward Reinhart 

Walter D.Cibulskis 
Charles E. Hotchkiss 
Norman G. Laws 
Joseph N. Rathnau 
John A. Smith 
Sheadrick A. Tillman 
Anthony C. Vasis 
George Whyte 




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Chairman — David Honeycutt 

Oliver Anbresen 
Theresa Booker 
Barbara Farnandis 
Lorry Harris 
Genevieve Labardo 
Arlene Soretsky 
Maya Shorpe 




special education 



Chairman — Donald Y. Miller 

Edward A. Ahr 
Alan L. Baiter 
Charles H. McNelly 
Jewell Hearing 
Richard K. Seymour 
Louise Sinderson 
Nancy Z. Sparberg 




college of nursing 




Dean Virginia Ford 




nursing 



Chairman — Kathryn Palmer 

Marilyn Bunt 
Berlean Burris 
Vivienne Dawkins 
Deloris Green 
Mildred Hull 
Linda Locascio 
Rochelle Lubarsky 
Zenaida Soriano 
Linda Striggles 
Ruth West 




graduate college 







Dean Richard Prince 




evening studies 




continuing education 




experimental programs 





QdministfQtion 



president 



Dr. Benjamin H. Alexander has been a 
member of the CSU community since July 1 , 
1974. At this time he was appointed the 
President of the University. Previous ac- 
complishments are numerous. Receiving his 
Ph.D. in Chemistry was one of the many. In 
coming to CSU, President Alexander stated 
this is "a beautiful CSU with beautiful peo- 
ple. Not only has the President shown his 
concern for the people of the University, 
but the environment as well. Grass and 
trees ore now growing on the campus, ad- 
ding to the friendly University atmosphere. 




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student affairs 



Dr. Eric Winston was appointed Vice Pres 
dent of Student Affairs on Septembei 
1973. Before taking the position at CSU he 
was Assistant Dean and Director of Student 
Affairs at Michigan State University. He 
feels that some ideas and decisions about 
student affairs progranns should come from 
the students instead of the administration. 




V. p. QCQdemic affairs 



In 1975 Dr. Allan De Guilio was approved 
by the Board of Governors of State 
Colleges and Universities for the position of 
Vice President for Academic Affairs. 

Dr. De Guilio has spent most of his ad- 
ministrative and academic career in the 
East, for the last three years he has been 
Chief of the New York State Educational 
Department's Bureau of Higher Education 
Opportunity Program. He obtained his doc- 
toral degree in behavioral sciences at New 
York University. 




Dr. Charles Kidd began his career at CSU 
on August 1 , 1 975. At that time he was ap- 
pionted as the Vice President for Ad- 
ministrative Affairs. Dr. Kidd has received 
his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan as 
v^ell as holding academic and ad- 
ministrative positions. Before coming to 
CSU, Dr. Kidd was the President of the 
Olive Harvey Junior College. 




v.p. QdministQtive affairs 



On February 19, 1976 Arthur Albert 
replaced Dr. Charles Kidd as Acting Vice- 
President of Administrative Affairs. He will 
hold this position until the all country 
search is completed for a new Vice- 
President of Administrative Affairs. 





Career Planning 



Duplicating Services 




Student Employment 



f building 




Student Employment 




Walter Heinzel 



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seniors 




Nicholas E. Aiyeomoni 

B.S. Finance 



Ayoola Ajayi 

B.S. Business 



George B. Akinfe 

B.S. Management 




Samuel A. Anomc 

B.S. Mathematics 



Antonette Thompson 

B.S. Mathematics & Ed 



Rosemary Argondizzo 

B.S. Home Economics 





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Sonny Adadevoh 

B.S. Management 



S. Adetunji Adebayo 

B.S. Accounting 



Charles Adkins 

B.S. General 




Ida T. Arnold 

B.S. Special Ed. 





James U. Arikpo 

B.S. Marketing 



Robert Ashley 

B.S. Physical Ed 



Floyd Askew 

B.S. Geography 




Debra Bartgen 

B.S. Early Childhood Ed 




Karen Augustine 

B.S. Special Ed 



Deborah L. Aycock 

B.A. Graphic Arts 



Frank C. Bailey 

B.A. Education 





Lossie Barlow 

i.S. Early Childhood Ed 



Namon Barnett Jr 

B.A. Corrections 



Alice G. Barron 

B.A. History 




S. Accounting 




Gloria Billings 

B.S. Business Ed 




James L. Bolden 

B.S. Psychology 





Robert L. Branch 

B.A. Management 



Karia Branham 

B.S. Corrections 



Dorothy Braxton 

B.S. Special Ed 




Bernadine Bishop 

B.S. Education 



Mary A. Blackman 

B.A. Music Ed 



Michael D. Blackwell 

B.A. BOG 





Yvonne Bowman 

B.A. Psychology 



Richard Boyd 

B.A. Black Studies 



Erica Boyed 

B.S. Management 




B.A. Geography 





Barbara Broome 

B.A. BOG 



Otis Brown 

B.A. PHYSICAL ED 



Anita Brumley 

B.S. Early Childhood Ed 






Beatrice Burse 

.5. Elementary Special Ed 



Elaine Carellas 

B.S. Special Ed 



Lottie Carroll 

B.S. Education 





Roland L. Bryar 

B.A. BOG 



Diana L. Buford 

B.A. Elementary Ed 



Rosie Burns 

B.S. Special Ed 





Francine Carter 

B.S. Business Ed 



Pamela C. Carter 

B.S. Early Childhood 



Rose M. Cartwright 

B.S. Business Ed 




Steven Charles 

B.S. Accounting 



Ida G. Cheeks 

B.S. Business Ed 



Jeanette T. Childress 

i.S. Business Adnninstration 




Robert A. Conner 

B.S. Mathematics 





Phyllis E. Cowens 

B. S. Early Childhood Ed 






Corlis Conway 

B.S. Accounting 






Charles Cunninghi 

B.A. Music Ed 



Jessie M. Dates 

B.S. Elementary Ed 





Rhonda E. Davis 

B.S. Business Ed 



Linda Dean 

3. S.N. Nursing 




James G. Debeney 

B.S. Accounting 



Gloria Deleun 

..A. Early Childhood Ed 



Melvin Denton 

B.A. Music Ed 




Queen E. Dixon 

B.S. Elementary Ed 



Andy L. Domineck 

B.S. Industrial Arts 



Deborah Damovich 

B.S. Special Ed 




Deborah Dowdell 

B.S. Special Ed 





Lonnie M. Driver 

B.S. Marketing 



Cheryl Dubin 

.S. Early Childhood 





Barbara Earles 

B.S. Early Childhood 



Kathleen Eckert 

B.S. Secondary Ed 



Celeste Ellington 

B.S. Early Childhood 




B.S. Biology 




Joseph Dudak 

.S. Occupational Ed. 




Patrick Dunigan 

B.A. Geography 




Lavelma English 

B.S. Accounting 



Mary Kay Enrlght 

B.S. Special Ed. 



Mildred Evans 

B.A. Liberal Arts 





Eriene Fisher 

B.S. Management 



Therona Flanagan 

B.S. Physical Ed 




Janette Flaws 

B.A. Mathematics 




Reglna C. Flemings 

M.S. Mathematics 



Clifford B. Fletcher Jr. 

B.A. Geography 



Linda J. Ford 

B.A. Psychology 




Johnnie M. Forniss 

M.S. Early Childhood 




Sarah L. Foulkes 

B.S.N. Nursing 



Patricia Franklin 

B.S. Early Childhood 




Nikoska Franklings 

B.S. Pre Law 



Ann C. Frazier 

B.S. Special Ed. 



Gloria J. Fullilove 

B.S. Special Ed. 





Michele Gay 

i.S. Early Childhood 



Cal Gilbert 

.A. Liberal Arts 



Dorothy Glass 

B.A. Liberal Arts 




Nathan Gray 

B.S. Accounting 




Ed Gabriel 

B.A. Geography 




Deborah Glover 

B.S. Corrections 



Thomas M. Graham 

B.S. Management 



Karen Grand Pre 

3.S. Early Childhood 





Larine Grimes 

B.A. Sociology 



Antoinette Guinn 

B.S. Business Ed 




Patricia Gushard 

3.S. Early Childhood 



Gloria Hackett 

.S. Early Childhood 



Elwood L. Hall 

B.A. History 




Garrick Hamilton 

B.S. Marketing 




Hyman M. Hannon 

B.S. Marketing 



Delores Harley 

.S. Early Childhood 





Michael Harris 

B.S. Accounting 



Pamela Harris 

.S. Early Childhood 



Stephen D. Harris 

B.S. Accounting 




Kenneth E. Harvey 

B.S. History 



Richard Haun 

B.A. Liberal Arts 



Kathleen Hawkins 

B.S. Early Childhood 




Terry Hektoen 

B.S. Education 




Icill Hayden 

B.S. Early Childhood 



Linda Hayes 

B.S. Management 



Earlean Hayman 

B.A. Mathametics 




Thomas Henderson 

B.A. Elennentary Ed. 



Thomas Heneghan 

B.A. History 



Debra Hester 

B.S. Early Childhood 




Omar W. Hester 

B.A. English 



James W. Hiilard 

B.S. Chemistry 



Judith Hilt 

B.S. Physical Ed 




Marilyn Hogan 

B.S. Early Childhood 



Lemuel Hogue 

B.A. Corrections 



Sheri Holloman 

B.S. Math 




Thomas H. Hotchkiss 

B.A. Geography 



Valerie D. House 

B.S. Management 



Aurelia Hovell 

i.S. Early Childhood 






Charles J. Hiavaty Jr. 

B.S. Occupational Ed 



Alycie J. Hodges 

.A. Individual Curriculiam 



Judy Hoewischer 

B.S. Early Childhood 




Calvin Hoover 

B.S. Marketing 



Debra V. Hopkins 

B.S. Early Childhood 



Johnny L. Horton 

B.S. Physical Ed 




Richard Hard Jr. 

B.S. Chemistry 



David A. Hudson 



Margaret Hudson 

B.S. Home Ec 




Sheila Hudson 

B.A. Art Education 



Emma Humphries 

B.S. Recreation 



Patrick Ingram Jr. 

B.A. Music 





James Jackson 

B.S. Psychology 



Kathryn N. Jackson 

B.S. Psychology 



Christine Jasinski 

B.S. Education 




Joseph T. Jendzio 

B.S. Biology 




Alfredo Jackson 

B.S. Psychology ^' * 




Clara Jefferson 

B.A. Physical Ed. 



Vanessa Jefferson 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 



Jeffrey D. Hirota 

B.S. Management 




Barbara Jennings 

B.S. Special Ed. 




Melody Johnson 

B.S. Education 





Paula Jones 

B.S.Business Ed. 


Geroldine Joshua 

B.S. Early Childhood 








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Keith D. Kimmons 

B.A. Psychology 




Karia Koszut 




Deborah H. Jones 

B.A. Psychology 




Linda L. Kotulski 

B.S. Chemistry 





Joseph Kolz 

.A. Industrial Arts 




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Robert Kooy 

B.A. Music 





Hakeem O. Kotun 

B.S. Marketing 



Enitan A. Kuti 

B.S. Management 



Drewbelle Kyles 

B.S. Special Ed. 





Patricia Long 

B.S. Early Childhood 




Patricia J. Ledvora 

B.A. Secondary Ed. 




Myers Lindsay 

B.A. Political Science 






Sandra R. Luke 

M.S. Urban Education 



Donelle L. Macey 

B.S. Corrections 





Rochelle A. Madison 

B.S. Education 



Patricia J. Mahoney 

B.S. Special Ed. 



Draza Mailey 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 




Avis Matthews 

B.S. Special Ed. 



Karen M. Mazique 

B.A. English 



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Elizabeth McCalip 

B.S. Special Ed. 



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Robert McLaughlin 

B.A. Urban Geography 






Guivard A. Malebranche 

B.S. Biology 



Chris Mangaser 

B.A. B.O.G. 



Linda Matthew 

.5. Special Ed. EMH 




Willie Mae McDonald 

B.S. Business Ed. 



Mary Pat McGuire 

B.S. Physical Ed. 



Michael P. McGuire 

B.S. Physical Ed. 





Kathleen McMahon 

B.S. Special Ed. 



James Meredith 

i.S. Business & Adm 




Jessie Meredith Jr. 

B.S. Physical Ed. 



Carl J. Merritt 

B.S. Management 



Donna Merritt 

B.A. Early Chid. Ed. 





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Paulette Miklos 

B.S. Special Ed. 


Susan Milla 

B.A. English 


Joyce F. Miller 

B.S. Special Ed. 

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Edmund G. Mitchell 

B.S. Education 


Queen Mitchell 

B.S. Math. 


Victoria D. Mitchell 

B.A. Special Ed. 




Denise Moore 

B.S. Special Ed 





Margaret Morris 

B.S. Education 




Kamal R. Marine 

B.S. Biology 






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Elizabeth Nelson 

B.A. Liberal Arts 



Mcriann Nelson 

B.A. English 



Russell Nelson 

B.S. Corrections 






Paula J. Newell 

B.A. History 



Margaret Neylon 

B.S. Special Ed. 



David Nicholes 

B.A. Psychology 




Anita Normand 

B.A. Psychology 



Michael Ogorzaly 

B.A. History 



Henry S. Olaleye 

B.S. Management 






Victor O. Orenuga 

B.S. Management 



Sarah Owens 

i.S. Early Childhood 



Theresa Owens 

B.S. Economics 




Ezekiel Oyegoke 

B.S. Finance 



Kenneth E. Pannaralla 

B.S. Biology 



Michael Papak 

B.A. Art 





Pamela M. Perkins 

B.S. Elem. Ed. 



Kathleen Petroslus 

B.S. Physical Ed. 



Evelyn Petfis 

.S. Management 





Ethlyn D. Porter 

B.S. Management 



Linda C. Porter 

B.S. Physical Ed. 



Pamela Powell 

B.S. Special Ed. 




C. Frances Parks 

B.A. Psychology 



Dorlene E. Parson 

B.S. Biology 



John J. Paulson 

B.A. History 






William Powell 

M.A. Corrections 



Loretta J. Pruett 

B.S. Special Ed. 



Joan Pryor 

B.S. Elem. Ed. 




Victoria Remiasz 

B.A. Art 



Mary Margaret Redmond 

B.S. Special Ed. 



Georgene Resney 

B.S. Early Childhood 









Cafhy Przybocki 

B.S. Early Childhood 



Luis Ramirez 

B.S. Special Ed. 



Hortense L. Ramsey 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 






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John Roberts 

.S. Elementary Ed. 



Peggy Rohan 

B.S. Special Ed. 






Willie Sanford 

B.A. Education 



Melvin L. Shavers 

B.S. Recreation 



Harry O. Shelby 

B.S. Marketing 






William Smiley 

B.A. Management 



Clareon Smith 

B.S. Corrections 




Denise V. Sadler 

B.A. English 



Don A. Sadofsky 

B.A. Music Ed. 





Wahab K.. Salami 

B.S. Marketing 



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Shirley B. Sheperd 

B.S. Education 



Jack L. Shumac 

B.S. Management 



Mignon Sims 

B.A. Music Ed. 




Doris J. Smith 



John E. Smith 



Rachell Smith 

3.S. Bus. & Adm. 




Edith H. Swain 

B.S. Education 





Mable Stanton 

B.S. Special Ed. 



Hannah Steele 

B.S. Business Ed. 



Judith Y. Stewart 

B.S. Finance 




Yvonne L. Swanson 



Charmyne Taylor 

B.S. Marketing 



Kathleen B. Taylor 

B.S. Home Economics 





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Elizabeth B. Tatum 

S. Bus. & Adm. 



Frances L. Temple 

B.S. Education 





Mary I. Thomas 

B.A. Education 



Nick Thomas 

B.S. Music Ed. 



Theodoria Thompson 

B.S. Special Ed. 




Jan Torpy 

B.S. Special Ed. 



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Leslie Thomas 

.A. Bus. & Adm. 





Ehela B. Tiller 

B.S. Education 



Darlene Tobias 

B.A. Music 



Cornelia K. Tollison 

B.A. Education 




Bertha Treadwell 

B.S. Education 



Patricia E. Tucker 

B.A. Special Ed. 




Marilyn Turner 

B.A. Education 




Roberta L. Turner 

B.A. Psychology 



Effie B. Tyler 

B.A. Management 



Edward F. Ulrich 

BOG Psychology 





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Joseph L. Vincent Sr. 

B.A. Management 




Beverly Walker 

B.S. Math. 



Sheila L. Walker 

B.S. Corrections 



Viola Walker 

B.S. Education 




Deborah Wallace 

B.S. Accounting 



Mary Ann Walter 

B.S. Physical Ed. 



Beverly Ward 

of Gov. Bus. & Adn 




Rita Washington 

B.A. Special Ed. 



Maurice Well 

B.S. Corrections 



Joseph P. Wheeler 

B.E. Occ. Ed. 




Daisy V. Wiggins 

B.S. Business Ed. 



Cheryl Williams 

B.S. Education 



Janet T. Williams 

B.S. Nursing 




Clarence B. Williamson 

B.A. Board of Gov. 



Rosetta Williamson 

B.S. Management 



Martin Wilmot 

B.A. Education 




Cassandra White 

B.S. Math. 



Deborah D. White 

B.S. Physical Ed. 



Valerie White 

B.A. Education 




Minerva Williams 

B.S. Marketing 



Robert Williams 

B.A. English 



Sheilah D. Williams 

B.A. English 




Cheri I. Wilson 

B.S. Management 



Cheryl Winston 

S. English 




Lillian M.M.P. Bernard 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 




Shelley Patrice Cade 

B.A. Liberal Arts 



Sondra Colyette 

B.S. Elementary Ed. 




David A. Ksycki 

B.A. Music Performance 



Denise L. Luckett 

B.S. Psychology 




B.S. Mathmatics 



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Renee' D. Crawford 

B.S. Corrections 



Andrew L. Davis 

B.S. Chemistry 



Juanita Hatch 

B.A. Psychology 




Marie B. Wong 

B.S. Early Childhood Ed 



Scydonia Winston 

S. Early Childhood Ed. 




events 




registration 





Registration is traditionally the scene of 
much confusion for the students, but this 
year proved to less chaotic. In an attempt 
to help the freshman with their scheduling, 
their classes were blocked by the Office of 
Records and Registration. In the future, all 
students classes may be scheduled this way 
through the use of an "Integrated Students 
Information Center." Student's individual 
course requisites will be fed to a computer 
and then compared to the school's class 
schedule. 




The Student Activities Office sponsored an 
"8-Ball" Pool Tournament during the 
summer term in the K-Building. The Tourna- 
ment was open to all members of the 
University Center and was set up on a two 
out of three elimination plan. The women 
and men competed seperately in the 
elimination rounds and then the first place 
winners vied for the overall championship. 
The competition was extremely close with 
Mike Smith coming out the winner. Presi- 
dent Alexander presented trophies and the 
winner was also given a free pass to ploy 
pool for the fall semester. 




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Career day is an important day for all con- 
cerned with obtaining jobs after gradua- 
tion. Basically, it is for past graduates and 
present juniors and seniors. People from the 
business and educational worlds ore 
represented. This is the sixth consecutive 
year that Career Day has been sponsored 
by the Office of Career Planning. Of the 
thirty percent of students who use the Of- 
fice of Career Planning, eighty-five percent 
of them are placed in jobs. 




turkey trot 




I.Q.s.Q. festival 




judo tournament 




All the CSU students except track members, 
are invited to run in the annual Turkey Trot. 
This is a co-ed intramural sport event which 
is held on campus. The course, which starts 
at G building and winds all around cam- 
pus, features slight obstacles for runners to 
get through. Enthusiastic participants must 
run up and down stairs and through 
buildings before they reach the finish line. 
The first-place winner is awarded a 20- 
pound turkey, and smaller prizes ore given 
to the runners up. 




The Latin-American Students Association's 
first annual "Festival Latino" was held in 
November, 1975, in the University Center. 
The purpose of the evening's presentation 
was to show the CSU community that Latin 
students exist on campus. The audience was 
first treated to the moriochi music of "Los 
Embajadores de Mexico." The moriachis 
were resplendent in their traditional black 
outfits trimmed in white. They were follow- 
ed by other performances which were 
representative of Mexico after the Spanish 
conquest. Also included in the program 
were Aztec dances in honor of the gods of 
fire, wind, water. 




As one of the Homecoming activities, the 
office of Continuing Education and Special 
Programs presented the First Annual 
Chicago State University Judo Club Open 
Invitational Homecoming Tournament. The 
Tournament was co-sponsored by the 
Chicago Black Belt Assocciation and sanc- 
tioned by the Amateur Athletic Union of the 
United States. It featured sixteen different 
categories, according to weight, age and 
rank. Eligibility was limited to Judokas 
from recognized associations with trophies 
awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place 
winners. 




Qft receptions 




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President Alexander's lobby has been a 
busy area throughout the year. Most of the 
year its walls and floor space hove been 
occupied with art exhibits. The art supplied 
is the work of art majors currently atten- 
ding C.S.U. These exhibits are a fine oppor- 
tunity for the university and community to 
view the work of up and coming artists. 




Chicago State's Art Department is proud to 
have its new professional Art Gallery. The 
gallery is located on the second floor of the 
D Building. The gallery opened with a show 
from New Guinea and is presently showing 
the works of Seven Figurative Artists. There 
ore many more interesting shows yet to be 
presented. 







"Rhinoceros" is only one of the many plays 
being presented to the C.S.U. community. It 
is presented by Chicago State's Drama 
Department. The play "Rhinoceros" was 
directed by Dr. Dresen. This particular play 
deals with a man and his struggle to main- 
tain his identity in an ever changing world. 




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concerts 











science fair 




Friday, February 20th set the stage for a 
most exciting basketball game here at 
C.S.U. The two mighty teams . . . the Divi- 
sion of Student Affairs and the Division of 
Academic Affairs. The audience included 
our C.S.U. Cougars and Quincy College. 
The end result was Student Affairs 
smashing Academic Affairs 31 to 20. 




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C.S.U. has sponsored many concerts this 
past year, two of which were the Duke 
Ellington Orechestra on October 8, 1975 
and the C.S.U. Jazz Ensemble on January 
23, 1976. Mercer Ellington conducted the 
orchestra on October 8th in a style much 
like his late father. On January 23rd Bunky 
Green conducted the jazz ensemble in an 
excellent concert. 




Chicago State University was the host of 
the Regional Science Fair for 1976. The fair 
included schools located on Chicagos' 
south side. It was held in C.S.U.'s recreation 
center. The fair consisted of projects such as 
the growth of cancer cells to theories on 
ultra-violet rays and plant growth. 




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October 8, 1975 saw Mercer Ellington con- 
duct the Duke Ellington Orechestro in a 
most captivating performance. The concert 
was open to the community and gathered 
mostly a middle aged audience. Much of 
the music was presented in the traditional 
manner. The performance captured 
everyones heart. 




"Step Into Tomorrow", and here you are, 
Homecoming 1976. Chicago State Univer- 
sity's homecoming was held at the Pick 
Congress Hotel. Faculty, students and their 
dates stepped to the jazz combo "Von 
Freeman" before dinner, and after dinner 
jived to the sound of Snatch Inc. 




Governor Daniel Walker did some brief 
campaigning on Chicago State's campus. 
He also went on a 25 minute tour of the 
campus. Governor Walker was greeted by 
Dr. Eric Winston, Vice President for Student 
Affairs and a large group of students, the 
Board of Governors also were on campus 
for a meeting the same day. 




orgonizotions 



student union 





Kenneth Eatmon (Vice-President), Lulu Hall, Lorraine Martin (Legislator) 



student government 





Deborah White (President) 



Pat Bailey (Treasurer) 




Sandra Shakespeare (Legislator) 



tempo 



1) Adrian Mirsky 

2) Andre Morgan 

3) Michael Richardson 

4) Mike Ogorzaly 

5) Bonnie Short 

6) Melvin Denton, Photo Editor 

7) Pat Ledvora, Editor 

8) Kathy Sepassy, Sports Editor 

9) Ron Debelak 



10) Donna Murphy, News Editor 

11) Earl Purnell 

12) Deborah Phinisee 

13) Jim Friend, Advisor 

14) Al Juskenas 

15) Shelby Moore 

16) Chuck Hlavoty 

17) Greg Burks 

18) Gerald Hamilton 





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Editor — Pat Ledvora 



Tempo has expanded and it must continue 
to expand. Our new campus is growing 
and Tempo believes that they must improve 
at the some rate or faster. Tempo must re- 
main responsive to the entire University in 
terms of what news is covered and how the 
Chicago State community receives its news. 




I.Q.S.Q 



1.) Angle Zamberano 
2.) Marina Lopez 
3.) Nina Garcia 
4.) Jairo Maya 
5.) Mario Rodriquez 




b.Q.S.Q. 



President — Peter Bilanzic 

The purpose of the Business and Ad- 
ministration Student's Association is to br- 
ing about an awareness of professionalism 
and to provide for student interaction with 
business leaders. 

1.) Peter Belanzic (President), 2.) Dr. 
Louise H. Taylor (Advisor), 3.) Dennis Burris 
(Vice President). 





b.S.p.Q. 



President — Desney Jordan 

1 .) Sherrie Andrews 

2.) Karen Mazique 

3.) Desney Jordan 

4.) Beverly Word 

5.) Dr. Bobbie Anthony 

6.) Charlesetta Goolsby 

7.) Don Jefferson 

Reginald Clark 

9.) Columbus Tapps 

10.) Dr. Charles Mosley 

1 1.) Cheryle Smith 

12.) Melvin Washington 

13.) Lillie Alexis 

14.) Larry Turner 

15.) Lillian T 

16.) Cory James 

17.) Nona Tibbs 



The purpose of the Block Student 
Psychological Association is to operate for 
charitable and educational purposes in- 
cluding the recruitment of both block 
students and faculty. 




concert bond 



The members of the CSU Concert Band include the following students William Adkins, Anthony Basil, Joewesley Boston, Robert Brown, Paula 
Brown, Jack Chavez, Charles Curry, Dale Dalrumple, Ronald Dzlallo, Thomas Dzlallo, Sherwin English, William Fitch, Andrew Foertsch, 
David Forchee, Robert Garrett, Karita Gaskins, Ronald Griffin, Dewayne Harris, Michael Henley, Cynthia Hughes, Barbara Hutford, Patrick 
Ingram, Isaiah Jackson, Clayton James, Phillip Katuzny, Dickie Kelly, Herber King, David Ksychki, William Martin, Klaus Meyer, John Millen, 
Fredrick Muller, Robert Pilot, Roscoe Robinson, Theodore Robinson, Don Sadofsky, Carol Sanford, John Smarzewski, Albert Smith, Joe 
Street, Mark Stevenson, Glenn Stewart, Stann Swann, Tuler Winston, David Wagner, James Walton, Douglas Wilkerson, Julius Williams, 
Michael Williams, Everett Wilson, Michael Young, William Zayas, Rodney Clarke, Eileen McCutcheon, Antonio Watson, Anthony Watson, 
and David Mooney. 




cheerleaders 



) Phyllis Hayes 
) Mary Donely 
) Karen Sutfon 
) Phyllis Rucher 
) Cleo Mundy 
) Morgueritte Miles 




geography club 



The purpose of the Geography Club is to 
inform its members and all other students 
interested in the various aspects of 
geography. Also to get to know the 
geography majors better and to help with 
the overall improvement of the Geography 
Department. 



President — Ed Garbriel 

1.) Joe Williams 
2.) Larry Beazley 
3.) Steve Powenski 
4.) Marquerite French 
5.) Ed Gabriel (president) 
6.) Dr. Irvine Roth 

(faculty) 
7.) Jim Cunningham 
8.) Ross Mullner (faculty) 
9.) Jack Goldberg 
10.) Taj Elisho 



11.) Mike Williams 

12.) Mr. Fred Blum (faculty) 

13.) Dr. Vernon Brockman 

(faculty) 

14.) Bill Simes (treasurer) 

15.) Joe Feigl 

16.) Frank Brooks 

17.) Kevin Walsh 

18.) Dr. Irving Cutler 

(dept. head) 

19.) Rich Baumgart 

(vice president) 





jQzz ensemble 



President — John M. Smarzewski 

The purpose of the Chicago State Universi- 
ty Jazz Ensemble is to provide a high level 
of jazz experience within the community. 
Also to promote the enjoyment of the com- 
munity and to increase the creative ex- 
perience. 

1.) Vernice "Bunky" Green 

2.) John Smarzenski 

3.) Tony Pons 

4.) Toni Moore 

5.) David Wagner 

6.) Nebraska Franklin 

7.) Paulette Hradnansky 

8.) Charles Cunningham 

9.) Bill Zayes 
10.) David Ksyche 
1 1 .) Sue Dibernadino 
12.) Bob Frederickson 
13.) Joe Hubicki 









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14.) Isiah Jackson 

15.) Douglas Wilkerson 

16.) Ron Kubilok 

17.) Tony Basil 

18.) David Forester 

19.) Julius Williams 

20.) Al Keith 

21.) Scott 

22.) Andy Foertsch 

23.) Dale Dalrymple 

24.) Ted Fitch 

25.) Omar Hester 

26.) Steve Palomar 




judo club 



The CSU Judo Club has as its purpose the 
development of confidence through com- 
petition with one another. 

President — Gerardo Zepula 

1.) Micheal LoFargue (secretary) 

2.) John Hardy (student coordinator) 

3.) Takoyuki Yoshinaga (instructor) 
Wanda Harris (treasurer) 

5.) Gerardo Zepedo 

6.) Russell Church 

7.) Geri Vital 

8.) Angle Hardy 

9.) Aulita Williams 
10.) Geta Phatham 
1 1.) Michelle Copland 
12.) Sabrina Conley 
13.) Ronnie McKay 




chi thetQ chi 



President — Roseann Ksiazek 

1 .) Nancy Owens 

2.) Roseann Ksiazek 

3.) Janet Ediing 

4.) Sue Daly 

5.) Joyce McKernon 

6.) Debbie Schindler 



Chi Theta Chi has as its purpose a social 
function. They want to create an organiza- 
tion of girls interested in both the academic 
and social aspects of life. 





Q.Q.O. 



The purpose of the Afro-American 
Organization is to work on the Black Arts 
Festival, organize community programs, 
host guest speakers, and to advise the of- 
fice of Block Studies regarding the needs of 
the black students at CSU. 

1 .) Dawn House 

2.) Angela Milburn 

3.) Denise Reise 

4.) Ellen Craig 

5.) Denise Hamiel 

6.) Alvin Wright 

7.) Frances Williams 

8.) India Hall 

9.) Carole Morton 



10.) Rickey Wyott 

1 1.) Beverly Jones 

12.) Shirley Booker 

13.) Keith Weathers 

14.) Aubrey Spears 

15.) John Millen 

16.) Barry Brown 

17.) Shelby Moore 





s.o.c 



The purpose of the Student Organizational 
Council is to effectively sustain, promote, 
and represent the interests of recognized 
student organizations, to establish a sound 
means of cooperation with the administra- 
tion and faculty of Chicago State Universi- 
ty, and to establish parity in decisions 
affecting student organizations. 

1.) Larry Turner (vice-president) 
2.) Sandy Shakespeare (secretary) 
3.) Uthmon Erogbogbo (president) 





Qft club 



1.) Eleanor Burnette (president) 

2.) Jeff Collier (vice-president) 

3.) Karia Koszut 

4.) Karen Brennan 

5.) Vicky Remiosz 

6.) Barbara Word 

7.) Mark Kloess 

8.) Rick Schultz 

9.) Clyde Hollister 



10.) Elizabeth Clark 

1 1.) Karen Brown 

12.) Maria Zywica 

13.) Ken Holt 

14.) Anthony Robinson 

15.) Robert Anderson 

16.) Willie Sanford 

17.) Natasha Rodriguez 





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Claude Wesley (Director of Student Activities) Sam Foster (Co-ordinator of Student Organizations) 




Debbie Hayes (Secretary) 



student activities 




Roxanne Hopgood 



Bohnie Kempton (Assistant Program Director) 




Bonnie Thompson, Imelda Huff 




sports 



men's athletics 




intromurols 




1.) Patrick Folliard 


12.) Jeff Ahline 


2.) Janice Pembroke 


13.) Tom Kurzowski 


3.) Jerry Walter 


14.) Jim Kodatt 


4.) Bob Janecyk 


15.) Jim Hernandez 


5.) Bob Hildreth 


16.) Doc Rogers (coach) 


6.) Jim Hart 


17.) George Hansen (captain) 


7.) Mike Preshtero 


18.) John Hach 


8.) Dick Decker 


19.) Tom Zientek 


9.) Joe Pudio 


20.) Rich Prendergast 


10.) Gary Decker 


21.) Glen Wisniewski 


11.) Scott Warden 


22.) Jim Martin (captain) 





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vQfsity basketball 



1.) Al Rambart 

2.) Dennis Huntley 

3.) Jerome Holland 

4.) Ken Cyrus 

5.) Ephrom Stewart 

6.) Wendell Rodgers 

7.) Dr. Wilbert Jackson 



8.) Rocky Hill 
9.) Juan Gaydon 
10.) Dennis Russell 
11.) Gerald Hamilton 
12.) Ronald Wynn 
13.) David Jackson 
14.) Joe Buchalter 




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junior varsity basketball 



) Housley Harville Jr. 
) Dennis Russell 
) Greg Knox 
) Gerald Hamilton 
) Ronald Burkes 
) Barry Mimms 
) William Rivers 
) William Hopkins 







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1 .) Tom Long 
2.) Rich Murray 
3.) Lloyd Johnson 
4.) Vince Williams 
5.) William Hopkins 
6.) Greg Burks 
7.) Coach Sam Daniels 
8.) William McCabe 
9.) Jim Irish 

10.) Kelvin Potter 

11.) Rick Fitzlaff 

12.) Mike Povich 

13.) Marvin Jackson 

14.) Ronnie McKay 

15.) Steve Klemm 

16.) Jimmy Rogers 

17.) Eddie Hughes 

18.) Jim Bahr 

19.) John Gianekopolous 







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track and field 



.) Coach McGill 
.) Sudie Davis 
.) Steve Powenski 
.) Jimmy Rogers 
.) Cliff Fletcher 
.) Vince Williams 
.) Richard Grothan 
.) James Williams 





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wrestling 



1.) John Svigos 
2.) Bob Freshour 
3.) Ron McKee 
4.) Mike Svigos 
5.) Jimmie Davis 
6.) Miguel Salim 
7.) K. C. Fong 
8.) Tom Korobatsos 
9.) Tom Vogt 

10.) Virgil Gray 

1 1.) Lawrence Thomas 



12.) Lawrence Thomas 

13.) Mike Padilla 

14.) RicharcJ Murray 

15.) Coach Jim Pappas 

16.) Willie Northern 

17.) Rich Rotheiser 

18.) Michael Myers 

19.) George Arauco 

20.) Tom Gouger 

21.) Jim Mulligan 






1.) Mike Svigos 2.) Tom Whooley 




First annual Open Invitational Wrestling Tournament: first place C.S.U. 
students. 



bowling 




women's athletics 




basketball 




basketball 



1.) Vivica Green 
2.) Janice Neilson 
3.) Cheryl Turner 
4.) Julia Iverson 
5.) Mary T. O'Malley 
6.) Mary Pat Maquire 
7.) Cathy Cunningham 
8.) Sheila Whitfield 
9.) Francine St. Clair 





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Art Director/Designer 





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Photo Editor 




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Mati Maldre 





John Lennon sings: "I saw the photograph." 

Rod Stewart sings: "Every picture tells a story." 

Simon and Garfunkel sing: "I have a photograph, man.' 



We are living in a visual era, and in both science and 
the arts documentation has become second nature . . . 
"I have a new house, a baby, a friend — would 
you like to see the photograph ?" 



"The conscientious photographer uses his apparatus to establish his relationship to his time and cap- 
ture the moment on light sensitive films and to record his personal love of the period; and those who 
were successful in transcending the merely technical aspects of their image producing instruments have 
provided us with personal and inspired documents of their time and have left the realm of anonymity 
by the consistency with which they carried through their ideas." 



farewell 



Another year has gone by and it's time again to say farewell and give special thanks to those deser- 
ving: 

Special thanks to Melvin Denton for his photographic assistance, Vicky Remiasz, my extra right arm, 
and Mr. Moti Maldre, our advisor. Moti's help and professional assistance inspired us to produce 
one of the best editions of Emblem yet to be published. 

The staff hopes that the entire C.S.U. community enjoys "Emblem 1976." The staff gave its all to 
make this a most visually exciting book. 

We also take this opportunity to welcome all of Chicago State University's new administrators. 

And finally, farewell to all of the 1976 graduates. Emblem wishes them the best of luck and all the 
success possible in their future endeavors. 

Debbie Aycock 
Editor-in-Chief 



Specifications 

The 1976 Emblem. Printed in Shawnee Mission, Kansas, by Inter-Collegiate 
Press. Press run: 600 books, 240 pages. Size: 9x12. Paper: 801b Warren #1 
grade, gloss enamel finish, first and last signature in Hammermill Imperial 
Ivory, lbs. cover weight, smooth matte finish. Cover: White linen Chambray 
#3881, with brown ink #440. Type: lOpt. Techno bold. Techno medium. 
Headlines: Horatio bold, Horatio medium, Horatio light, 48pt., 36pt., 
24pt. $7,589.00 Production budget.